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78th Precinct

Park Slope

Unlucky 13

A thug attacked a bar-goer on 13th Street on Nov. 24.

The 40-year-old victim told cops that he had just left Lucky 13 Saloon near Fifth Avenue at around 2 am when a jerk whacked him in the head from behind then snatched his wallet and keys.

Mini thugs

A duo of kids snatched a wallet on First Street on Dec. 9.

The 35-year-old victim told cops that she was using her iPad near Eighth Avenue at around 4:30 pm and had set her wallet on the next to her. Two kids asked her directions to Jay Street then walked away. That’s when she discovered that her brown Hobo wallet — along with the $80 inside — was gone.

Cops are hunting a 4-foot-8 inch 9-year-old with cornrows and a 5-foot-1 inch 13-year-old with clear skin.

Key clue

A jerk stole a laptop from an apartment on 14th Street on Dec. 5.

The 33-year-old victim told cops that she left her $1,200 Mac on a table inside her apartment near Eighth Avenue, then left for work at around noon. She came back six hours later and discovered computer gone — with no sign of forced entry.

The landlord has a key to her apartment. Just sayin’.

Uncool tools

A crook stole some expensive tools from an apartment on St. Marks Avenue.

The victim told cops that he left the building near Sixth Avenue at around 8 pm on Dec. 3, but did not lock the front door. He came back two days later and discovered $3,200 worth of construction tools gone.

Not invited

A jerk snatched a credit card at a house party on St. Johns Place on Nov. 26.

The 19-year-old victim told cops that he dropped his wallet at a shindig near Fifth Avenue at around 1 am, then noticed a party-goer rummaging through it. He grabbed it back — but then discovered $3,550 of charges on his credit card 10 days later.

Rough riders

A thug snatched a wallet on a Flatbush Avenue bus on Dec. 6.

The 42-year-old victim told cops that the B41 was near Sixth Avenue at 5:15 pm when a several men bumped into her. She got off the bus a few minutes later and noticed that her backpack was unzipped — and her brown Coach wallet, and the $20 inside it, was gone.

Basement bummer

A brazen crook jacked some electronic gadgets from an apartment on 11th Street on Dec. 10.

The 41-year-old witness told cops that he heard a noise at around 5 am, then spotted a man climbing through the basement-level window of a building near Fourth Avenue. The jerk then ran away with an iPad and and two iPhones.

Give it

A crook stole a purse from a woman on Prospect Place on Dec. 10.

The 34-year-old victim told cops that she was near Flatbush Avenue when a man walked up, grabbed her shoulder and pulled out a gray handgun.

“Give it all to me!” he said before snatching her purse — along with an iPhone inside — then running away.

Diamond swipe

A jerk stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from an apartment on Fourth Street.

The 39-year-old victim told cops that she let two painters into her home near Seventh Avenue at around 9 am on Dec. 10. Two days later, she noticed that $12,500 worth of shiny jewelry — including a diamond ring and bracelet — gone.

— Natalie O’Neill

Updated 5:28 pm, July 9, 2018
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